Lifehacker is one of the websites I regularly peruse. Mostly, I read the headlines, but occasionally, there is an article that really grabs my interest. “Why You Need More Margin (And How to Get it)” is a great on the work-life balancing act. We are all overworked, under-rested, and propelled from one activity to another […]
Archive for January, 2013
Regardless of what you think about Mitch Daniels, he has been shown to be a erudite speaker and writer. His inaugural address to Purdue – in writing – is worth the time to read, and makes excellent observations and statements. I am saving a copy for comparison a few years hence. An Open Letter to […]
Check out The Greatest blog for the low down on how to break down that killer to-do list that is getting you down. Below are the basics – check out the article for the details. Take it from someone who practices regular “killer to-do list management” and who sometimes writes things on a list just […]
My favorite philosopher/consultant, Michael Wade, frequently posts these thoughtful gems. Check out his post, “Do we really need to remind ourselves that:” All of the items are excellent, but two that struck me this morning are: We are what we do, and Wisdom should be sought Check it out, and have a great day.
In case you haven’t heard the trumpets, the so-called “fiscal cliff” was averted at the last minute – sort-of. Basically, Congress passed more-or-less extensions of the world-as-we-knew-it December 31. Rather than going into detail here, I will point you to some very good news and blog sources that have already said it well. No need […]